There are many wonderful beaches across the Pacific Coast from Cathedral Cove to New Chums Beach where the light and weather conditions change frequently providing a series of ever changing photographic choices.
Whether its capturing the golden light of the early sun reflecting off the rocks and waves, long exposures of the shifting seas and clouds or close up shots of the many birds that inhabit the Pacific coastline. Cormorants, Gulls, Gannets, Herons, Kingfishers and the elusive Dotterel which are surprisingly easy to spot if you know where to go.
For nature photographers or those seeking to capture the serene beauty of the native forest, it’s a wonderful place full of flowers, insects, streams and waterfalls.
The mighty Kauri, one of the most ancient and massive trees in the world grows only in upper North Island. The Puriri Tree, also only found in the upper North Island, is a curative and sacred to the Maori.
There maybe some trail walking required to access the forest locations.
Low light photography at sunset and sunrise
Long exposure and panoramic photography
Forests and waterfalls
Expert tuition from Ian Preece
Transport to all sites
Use of additional camera equipment if required
Inspiring locations and great opportunities to take wonderful pictures
23rd to 24th October 2017
4th to 5th November 2017
10th to 11th January 2018
1st to 2nd February 2018
13th to 14th March 2018
1st to 2nd April 2018